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Welcome to the Rams facts page!

This page has nothing but Ram facts! What that means is....well....things
I didn't pose as trivia questions.
As Sergeant Joe Friday from Dragnet would say.....
Just the facts Madam.

Coaching Facts!

St. Louis Rams retired head coach Dick Vermeil was the NFL's first full time special teams coach, hired by George Allen to join the Los Angeles Rams' staff in 1968.

Rams coach Mike Martz began his coaching career at Bullard High in Fresno, Calif. in 1973

Rams coach Mike Martz got his first job in the NFL as an unpaid volunteer assistant on Chuck Knox's staff in 1992.

Rams coach Mike Martz won 24 regular-season games in 2000 and 2001, tying Barry Switzer for third-most wins by a coach in his first two years at the helm. Only George Seifert (28) and Steve Marriuci (25) won more in thier first two seasons.

Player Facts!

Pat Haden of the 1976 Los Angeles Rams was the first rookie quarterback ever to start an NFL playoff game.

When Tony Horne returned kickoffs for touchdowns in successive weeks in 1999, he was the first Rams player to score on kickoff return TD's in consecutive weeks since Verda (Vitamin T) Smith in 1950.

Kurt Warner passed for 1,217 yards in his first four NFL starts in 1999 - more than any player in NFL history in his first four starts

Kurt Warner became just the second quarterback in NFL history to pass for 40 touchdowns in a season in 1999 (41), a feat previously accomplished only by Dan Marino.

Marshall Faulk caught 12 passes for 204 yards in a December 1999 game, the most by a running back in a game since Curtis McClinton posted 213 yards for Kansas City in December 1965.

Marshall Faulk set an NFL record for touchdowns in a season with 26 scores in 2000 - including 12 TDs in the final three games.

Rams receiver Isaac Bruce surpassed 8,000 career receiving yards on Nov 18, 2001, in his 102nd NFL game. Only two players in NFL history reached the plateau faster -- Lance Alworth (83 games) and Jerry Rice (94 games).

When Kurt Warner was named the NFL's MVP by the AP in 2001, it marked the third consecutive year a Rams player was so honored. Marshall Faulk was the NFL's MVP in 2000; Warner in 1999. The Rams became the second team to clain the award in three consecutive seasons, after Green Bay (1995-97).

When Kurt Warner won the NFL's MVP award in 2001, he became the sixth player to win the award more than once.

Kurt Warner passed for 4,830 yards in 2001, making him the first passer in Rams' history to throw for 4.000 yards in two different season. Warner tallied 4,353 yards in 1999

Team Facts!

The Rams' 526 points in 1999 were the third highest total for a season in NFL history, following the 1998 Vikings (556 points) and the 1983 Redskins (541 points)

The St. Louis Rams in 1999 became the first team in NFL history to finish undefeated in division play, one season after being winless.

The Rams made the biggest one season offensive improvement in NFL history in 1999, leading the league in total offense (400.8 yards per game) after ranking 27th in the NFL in 1998.

The Rams' lead the NFL in offense in 2000, averaging 442.2 yards per game.

The Rams' offense rang up 6,690 yards in 2001, averaging 418.1 yards per game

The Rams finished the 2001 regular season with an 8-0 record in road games. They were the sixth NFL team since 1970 to post a perfect mark.

The Rams scored an NFL-high 503 points in 2001 -- their third consecutive season scoring 500 points. Only six other NFL teams in league history topped the 500 points. The Rams totaled 1,569 points from 1999-2001.